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The NH Food Alliance connects the many diverse organizations, businesses, and individuals working to strengthen the food system across New Hampshire. By collaborating and learning from each other, we share knowledge and resources, build relationships, create a common agenda, and achieve greater positive impact throughout the state. Our first initiative, released in the fall of 2015, is focused on strengthening farm, fish, and food enterprise viability in the Granite State. 

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The Farm, Fish, and Food Enterprise Viability Initiative

Home Grown: The Economic Impact of Local Food Systems in New Hampshire

From the blog

11/16/15
UNH class inspired by the New England Food Vision Farmers, scientists, and entrepreneurs across New England are constantly innovating new ways to grow food in New England. Novel approaches to agriculture are vital to developing a thriving and resilient food system—whether it’s by increasing the productivity of our land, expanding our agricultural footprint, or both. The New England Food Vision (
11/12/15
With the interest in local food booming, the NH Food Alliance is answering the call for more connection and collaboration within the Granite State food system. On Tuesday, November 17 th the NH Food Alliance will convene a statewide gathering with new and existing network participants to share its forthcoming publication of the Farm, Fish, and Food Enterprise Viability Initiative, celebrate the
10/12/15
Friends and supporters of local farming gathered in Hinsdale, New Hampshire this harvest season to celebrate the permanent protection of Wingate Farm . Olivia Pettengill, the new owner of the Farm, in partnership with her brother James, began the celebration by thanking the groups who worked together to conserve the farm: “We are incredibly fortunate to have access to this prime farmland and to
9/21/15
It's hard to keep up with the summertime hustle. I want to soak up every sun ray, every moment that makes summer, summer. This leaves little time for blog writing, Instagram and Facebook because I use my office time for boring things like updating our cash flow statement and tracking expenses. BUT we have had some pretty remarkable things happen here this summer and one that I'd like to take a
9/8/15
I worked in the restaurant world for many years prior to coming to the health care side of the business, operating mainly small bistros that sourced mostly local and sustainable foods. When the opportunity arose to start to do the same at the hospital, it was like a dream come true. It was at my first New Hampshire Health Care Without Harm meeting that I met Carol and Theresa from Miles Smith

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